Overcoming Fragmentation in Teacher Education Policy and Practice 9781316640791

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The need for greater coherence between the different aspects of teacher education has long been recognised. The ‘universitization’ of initial teacher education is sometimes perceived as widening the gap between theory and practice. In many countries there is no firm alignment between initial teacher education, induction and continuing professional development. Teacher education drivers are related to national systems and represent conflicting forces on teacher education institutions. Neoliberal policy initiatives have resulted in greater fragmentation. This book considers these issues in an international context and aims to identify directions for future research in relation to teacher education policy and practice.

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